Members of cross-party campaign group Dorchester Euro Café were out in Dorchester today (Saturday 23rd March) asking people how they are feeling on a range of issues since we left the EU.

Rachel Lawrence, who organises Dorchester Euro Café in partnership with Dorset for Europe, said: “People told us that things have gotten worse in lots of ways, including the state of the NHS, the cost of living, and the UK’s place in the world.”.

“People who voted to leave the EU in 2016 also told us that they felt let down. They were offered simple solutions to complex issues, such as immigration. It’s not surprising that many people feel frustrated that the reality of Brexit has proved to be very different to what was promised”.

Dorchester Euro Café meets regularly between 3pm and 5pm on the 4th Saturday of each month at the Vivo Lounge at Brewery Square in Dorchester. The next Dorchester Euro Café will take place from 3pm to 5pm Saturday 27th April.

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